Stop in person exams in Bangladesh due to the affect of pandamic.
- Dedicated to Edexcel, Cambridge, SSC, HSC, and all other respected examination boards.
While the western nations continue to move past the third wave, vaccination programmes has enabled the likes of UK to end the national lockdowns and start in person school, and jobs again.
Unfortunately rest of the world is still suffering. Only a very small number of people in Bangladesh are vaccinated.
Bangladesh is already very overpopulated, and the current situation remains in a bad state high infection rates and deaths.
While students in countries such as UK return back to school, English exam boards are forgetting to examine the state of countries such as Bangladesh, where COVID is still at the forefront, affecting their mental health, and studies. Students have been unable to attend schools, college and universities or get the in person support needed, yet some exam boards are proceeding with in person exams, rather than using predicted grades. With a such short notice, it will further add pressure to the mental health of students.
Student will be unable to perform at their maximum potential due to the ongoing affects of the pandamic. Therefore, we would like to urge the exam boards to re consider any changes and to take into consideration of the current state of the country and how the pandamic is affecting students potential abilites.
We don't want to lose another Rodela, from Manikganj Sadar, an eighth-grader, who sadly passed away due to attending school during pandamic. Please stop in person exams in Bangladesh.
By Muntakimo Bhuiyan